Formally macOS has a Unix certification, but in practice it might differ significantly from ordinary Unix derivatives. While questions about AppleScript like this have little interest for the general Linux/Unix community, Apple SE site reads:
We do encourage AppleScript, Automator, and UNIX shell scripting questions as well as how to use tools like Xcode for non-language specific tasks.
The benefit of Unix SE is its narrowed scope: if you read here an answer related to, say, Firefox or cURL, it will most likely apply to your system, while, if you find it on superuser.com, it can typically apply to Windows or macOS.
Insofar as macOS conforms to its Unix certification, ordinary Unix/Linux tags apply and there seems to be no need for the specific
For cases when macOS chooses its very personal non-Unix path, e.g. Apple Script, should it be addressed to apple.SE or here (possibly creating duplicates)?